Luton 3-0 Bristol City: Hatters cruise to victory
Luton vs Bristol C
Sky Bet Chship
3:00pm Saturday October
Luton ended Bristol Citys unbeaten run on the road this season with a 3-0 success.
Second-half strikes from Pelly Ruddock along with Harry Cornick, plus an Ashley Williams target, guaranteed the Hatters condemned City since this seasons opening day for their very first reduction.
City went as Tommy Rowe shot from outside the box had been parried by goalkeeper James Shea, about clearing the rebound behind with Town.
After beating the offside trap rowe chopped over from Shea.
Luton had the lead with their first attempt since James Collins effort from a low Dan Potts cross deflected narrowly wide.
Ruddocks burst was blocked by Williams, while Ryan Tunnicliffe fired tamely atkeeper Daniel Bentley.
Town were denied by the article, the thunderbolt of Izzy Brown superbly tipped on to the magician by Bentley.
Andreas Weimann chipped rather wide after getting rid of the hosts defence, even before Luton had the lead before half-time. Ruddock effort was well saved by Bentley at full stretch.
Later Sonny Bradley obtained a header at the back 26, Collins volleyed a presentable opportunity.
Luton took the lead with 56 minutes on the clock in brilliant fashion when midfielder Ruddock curled a sublime effort and in the upper corner.
The next followedBrown sending Cornick off and he beat the offside trap and then Bentley to make it 2-0 after 62 minutes.
City threw on recently Rodri, whod played for Sevilla before in his profession, and the Spaniard nearly scored with his first touch, however Shea left a glorious fingertip save to turn his pointer to the article.
Luton almost had a third in the 73rd minute as Cornick and Brown combined for Collins, who had been denied by Bentleys legs.
With time , Rodri did have the ball at the internet, turning home but the offside flag was up, although he whistled another attempt wide as Luton maintained a clean sheet of the season.
The Hatters added the icing on the cake in stoppage time too, breaking with pace. Tunnicliffe motored down the left and his cross was diverted beyond Bentley by City defender Williams to complete a miserable afternoon for the Robins.
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